The concept behind T-Post is simple: a new shirt each month, with a story screenprinted inside, and a corresponding graphic on the front. In essence, it's a wearable magazine, and provides a new meaning behind graphic tees by tying them into issues like the repetitive cycle of Hollywood remakes, and also to pay respects to Beastie Boy MCA.
Its latest issue features a graphic James Roper, and corresponds to movie monotony. The article wonders if special effects and explosions serve to distract viewers from boring storylines. Before that, they pay respects to MCA and his Brooklyn legacy. Each issue costs about $36, but you currently have the option of trying out one month free. So you know, get on that. [T-Post]